NEHHAS organises occasional rescue excavations and annual training excavations when possible. Local History projects are also in progress along with a full programme of lectures and talks. The society collated references to Roman Road alignments reported in and around Hampshire, though  involvement in this investigation was ceased in 2009.

The society maintains a substantial library of books, maps and documents to which members have access and issues at least three newsletters per year. They encourage  joint activities with other local groups, one of the most notable of which was carried out during summer 2012 and 2014. The  Berkshire Archaeology Research Group joined forces with NEHHAS to carry out a ground survey/geophysics exercise in Greywell, Hants, the results of which are available on the society’s website.

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  1. Pete Durnford
    June 7, 2016 @ 11:04 pm

    Good to know that the writing tablet found in a ditch at the Throgmorton Avenue Site in 1986 will have companions before long. This too was partly deciphered by (the same ?) Dr Tomlin,who found the personal name “Iteius Betecus”, a reference to a property transaction in the part of London now referred to as Bromley-and a date 115AD. Well done MOLA ! So the River Walbrook is still surprising us with its quality finds …


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